Cockpit är den stora vinnren på Peace & Loves filmfestival. Filmen fick pris som bästa film och huvudrollsinnehavaren Jonas Karlsson fick skådespelarpriset.
Här är listan över alla vinnare:
Best film – Cockpit
The Peace & Love Best Film Award goes to Cockpit by Mårten Klingberg.
The director and producer is awarded for the intelligent ability of twisting the
audience around the eternal question what comes first gender or humanity.
Best talent – Marie Robertson
The Peace & Love Best Talent Award goes to Marie Robertson in Cockpit.
The actress had the difficult task to keep up suspense with an ever changing partner.
She mastered the challenge to bring the movie to an emotionally satisfying sexually diverse ending.
Best first film – Clip
The Peace & Love Best First Film Award goes to Clip by Maja Milos.
This controversial movie shines a light on a confusing situation in Europe without inhibition and fear.
The picture has the potential to reestablish peace & love in the Balkan region.
Jury Prize – Jonas Karlsson
The Peace & Love Jury Prize goes to Jonas Karlsson in Cockpit. The actor portrayed the sadness
of a sexually confined personality and the happiness of opening up.
Jury Prize – Snowchild
The Peace & Love Jury Prize goes to Snowchild by Uta Arning.
The director has the talent to marry the elements of sight and sound to elevate the audience to the realm of surrealism.
Short film – Kiruna-Kigali, Goran Kapetanovic
The Svenska Bio Anniversary Prize for best short film goes to Kiruna – Kigali by Goran Kapetanovic.
Kiruna-Kigali was selected as one of the 15 competing finalists in the 2012 short films section as it tells,
in a beautiful and well crafted way, a story about us humans in one of our most delicate situations.
It shows how hard it can be to ask for help, to let others care for us when we feel vulnerable.